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A Word of Caution for Consumers Seeking to Borrow Money

Posted on August 16, 2018 in Money by

If employers are creating jobs and need to fill those jobs, but there is not enough workers to fill the jobs, it’s a problem that can result in inflation. When employers have to compete for talented workers they do so by raising wages. Wage growth across multiple sectors can lead to inflation as retailers see an opportunity for profit and raise prices to keep up with wage growth.

Church Sign: Church is Cancelled Due to Lack of Interest

Posted on March 4, 2014 in Theology by

Imagine driving up to your church next Sunday morning only to see this written on the church sign: “Church is cancelled due to lack of interest.” You’d probably call the pastor immediately and demand an answer. What does he mean “lack of interest,” you are in church nearly every week.

There’s an old saying in churches that “20% of the people do 80% of the work.” I’ve heard it all my life and, worse yet, watched churches slowly die as a result of its truth. The same people volunteer to teach classes, stuff bulletins, make meals for new moms, visit shut-ins, serve the community, and do it with a tired smile on their face while many others sit back and “do church.”


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